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Alexander (Alec) Rawson Stokes was a British physicist at Royal Holloway College, London and later at King's College London. He was most recognised as a co-author of the second of the three papers published sequentially in Nature on 25 April 1953 describing the correct molecular structure of DNA. The first was authored by Francis Crick and James Watson, and the third by Rosalind Franklin and Raymond Gosling.

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Alan and Alex Stokes Charged With a Felony, Amazon Picks Up 'A League of Their Own' Reboot & More | THR News [Video]

Alan and Alex Stokes Charged With a Felony, Amazon Picks Up 'A League of Their Own' Reboot & More | THR News

YouTube stars Alan and Alex Stokes have been charged with a felony in connection to one of their prank videos, Amazon has handed out a series order for its reboot of 'A League of Their Own' and Hulu..

Credit: The Hollywood Reporter     Duration: 02:13Published
YouTube Prank Stars Alan and Alex Stokes Charged With Felony | THR News [Video]

YouTube Prank Stars Alan and Alex Stokes Charged With Felony | THR News

Twin brothers who run a YouTube channel with millions of subscribers were charged Wednesday with multiple crimes, the Orange County District Attorney’s Office announced.

Credit: The Hollywood Reporter     Duration: 01:19Published

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